MN Cracks Down on Prostitution Before Super Bowl

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Law enforcement officials and nonprofits across Minnesota are cracking down aggressively on customers of prostitution — often white, middle-aged and married men — and boosting programs aimed at keeping teens out of the sex trade, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. Advocates want to shift from police intervention to prevention, after years of toughening prison sentences for pimps and . . .

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